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, volunteers from an oakland church were out picking up trash today as kpix 5's patrick sedillo shows us they believe it's a positive first step to preventing crime. >> if you go to tracy as a baby -- >> it's pretty bad out there. pretty commuted. >> reporter: the other city by the bay. oakland streets are lined with trash along international boulevard. >> something needs to happenner. >> reporter: something is. this crew of 30 volunteers are out in the streets today. on their own time, led by bishop bob jackson from ax gospel church. >> so much trash and garbage in our beautiful city and we've had enough. >> watch out for needles. >> reporter: and gathered it in front of the bishop's church. in order to be picked up later. he says that urban blight adds to bad behavior. >> the city manager robert bob had a saying, he said where there's grime, there's crime. where there's a lot of grime, there's a lot of crime. >> reporter: he blames the proliferation of fast food restaurants and lack of trash receptacles in the city as working with city leaders to get more of them out there. >> we all n
officers after they are finished. >> they will watch over oakland police and will speak about the problems tomorrow. civil rights attorney will address the federal oversight and the department's decision to hire bill bratton for new crime fighting strategies. it takes place tomorrow night at berkeley cop watch at 2022 blake street in berkeley. >>> we know the identities of five service members killed in a helicopter crash in afghanistan. they release the photos here of the four men and one woman killed. it went down in the kandahar province during a rainstorm. no enemy activity in the area. they believe it was an accident. >>> tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of the invasion of iraq. it lasted until 2,003. >> by the time the u.s. military pulled out. more than 5,000 americans and 1,000 iraqis have been killed. >> the rare strike 10 years ago continued to affect them. >> it is frustrating. >> i was depressed. >> all my close friends left the country. >> the last one held out until 2011. >>> if you are joining us. just a beautiful morning
on the bart oakland airport connector. roadway is to be closed in a few hours and it will be closed between hegenberger and will be using a crane to move large pieces of connector. a detour will be put into place to help drivers maneuver around the closure. >>> it's our honor to be here tonight. >> an awards ceremony for some big-names in sports and how this celebration will benefit future bay area athletes. >>> going off the cuff, the newly-elected pope francis breaks away from his prepared speech today. the details that he revealed about his new pos. >>barack obama, you lied. >> sarah palin throws jabs at president and uses a big gulp to make a big statement. new at 10:00 numerous professional athletes all came out of one small athletic league in oakland and tonight 1 of the legs from that league were unducted into the first- class of the oakland eight league's hall of fame and patti lee was there to how it not only honored the professionals, but gave back to inspire athletes. >> jamhines, twogume gold medalist and first human to break 10 seconds in the 100 had the meter dash was recog
, of the u.n. to get the umbrellas out later to the apparent>> developing story out of oakland this morning. police have set up a perimeter to try and make contact with a dangerous suspect. this is happening in the 14-hundred block of 25th avenue in oakland's fruitvale district. we'll bring you the latest on this story as details >> there's been another bad crash at a racetrack. this time in marysville. that's about 40 miles north of sacramento. and this one was fatal. authorities say two people were killed when a speeding race car ran off the track and into the pit area. the victims are identified as a 68-year-old man and a 14-year-old boy. they were part of the pit crew. and officials say they had a right to be in the area, but no more details were revealed about their >> you'll recall, a crash last month at the daytona international speedway in florida. dozens of people were injured when one of the racecars hit the wall, sending debris flying into the stands. officials there have since reinforced the protective fence. >> in berkeley. two people are recovering this morning after a robbery
to 60 are people right from the streets of oakland and for us in the summer we were thinking about an outreach program for kids and we brought this to the oakland task force and one of the issues was an outreach for kids. and first a group of people, council members and code enforcement thought it was kind of a silly idea but it is very important. if we can catch somebody to have another option, because gravanis does lead, it is a great -- a gateway to crime. i know taggers who are stealing and doing other crimes. i know people that have $450,000 worth of crime. >> hubris, we call it. >> i do talk to the taggers and stuff. you guys are right on and i am going to try to get oakland to do this kind of stuff. there's plenty of talented people, plenty of rappers in oakland. you guys could go back and brain wash my people to go to the schools and do this program. have you come back. >> reed cameron has been taping this whole thing. >> you guys are 100 percent, 200 percent right on. >> thank you. >> a general question on the budget, the budget item eye. >> we probably spend abo
with upper 40s san jose, oakland. and already in the mid-50s half moon bay. 55 santa cruz. the 24 hour temperatures change you may have noticed in most spots. you notice where the yellow is. it's warmer. santa rosa, novato. we talk about livermore, cooler there. hayward a little cooler. upper 70s the highs at the sonoma county airport and gilroy yesterday. 61 half moon bay. clear and mild in morning. sunny and breezy today. if you liked yesterday we can expect again similar high temperatures. the rain coming in by tuesday night. it's out of here, though, by wednesday. here's a look at our setup right now. we've got high pressure off the coast. once again, we'll have the northwesterly winds build in throughout the afternoon. so anywhere from ten to twenty miles an hour. it did get a little breezy yesterday. today a repeat performance. we will have that and the cooler numbers at the coast. elsewhere once again we will see the 70s return. around the state today, lower 50s in the northern sierra with mid-60s in the southern sierra. upper 50s coastside. otherwise look at the 70s returning f
'll be doing some critical work on the new oakland airport connector kron 4's charles clifford shows us what it will mean for drivers. >> reporter: this is a google earth map. starting saturday morning, bart will begin installing new railways over instate 880...here... just west of hegenberger road. this is part of the ongoing work to complete the new oakland airport connector. in order to finish the work, crews will first need to shutdown the two lefthand lanes of north bound 880 starting at 11am on saturday morning. that closure will last all day on saturday. then from 1am until 6am on sunday morning, caltrans will completely shutdown all northbound lanes of 880 at hegenberger road. the southbound lanes will remain open. cars travelling north can detour around the closure by first exiting 880 at hegenberger road. then they will have to turn left onto edes avenue, cross over hegenberger and continue along coliseum way. they will then drive past oracle arena and the coliseum before merging back onto northbound 880 just past 66th avenue. now this weekend's closures, will be repeated the follo
out of oakland. they think is suspect is hiding. >> this is new video that just came into the newsroom 15 minutes ago. they pulled up to lie land hospital. one of them had been shot in the next and that person died. we will keep you updated throughout the newscast. >>> a race car crash killed two spectators and the driver is a sonoma county teenager. >> we are live outside petaluma high school where the teen goes to school. alex. >> we lost alex's shot right there. there he is. >> reporter: the 17-year-old driver involved in the crash is a senior here. and despite his young age, he has quite a bit of race experience. according to his websites. chase johnson is racing since he is five years old. colleagues say he knows what he is doing out there. something went wrong when he was doing practice laps at the marysville raceway. his car lost control and two people were killed and track announcer said one was johnson's 14-year-old cousin and another 68-year-old man who owned several cars in the race. johnson, for what where reason, had trouble making the turn. >> he was trying to make the co
. >>> they were cleaning up today in oakland after poeters vandalized five banks on franklin avenue last night, and also shattered a large window at the tribune tower. the damage was caused during what organizers called a march against capitalism and police resuppression. -- repression. police say no one was arrested and there were no injuries. >> family and friends of sierra lamar are gathering to mark the one-year anniversary of the 15-year-old's disappearance. she vanished on her way to school last march 16th. today hundreds gather editor a balloon launch in her memory. after the tribute, many headed out to conduct a search. every saturday 40 volunteers continue to look for sierra, refusing to give up hope. >> it's hard, like, you can't really do anything about it. and the only thing you can do is pray and hope that they find her, and that we find her somehow. >> carolyn: a man is charged with kidnapping and murdering sierra. her body has never been found. he is scheduled to enter a plea on april 4th. tonight at 6:00, her family's resolve. hear from sierra's mother and her sister. >>> in pe
to police, officials collected 339 weapons. >>> dozens of occupy oakland protesters took to the street, not to occupy but vandalize, 50 protesters vandalized atms at five banks and shattered a large window at the oakland tribune tower. there is no word of any arrests. >>> in sunnyvale, firefighters responded to a business park near sobrante way. they were shooti one office was destroyed and two nearby were damaged. no one was hurt, they are working to determine the cause. >>> thousands of journal iflts and media workers have been in rome covering the conclave and today some had a chance to meet the pontiff. here's more. >> reporter: the line stretched for blocks. thousands of journalists allowed inside the gates of the vatican for the pope's first audience with the media. pope francis spoke for 20 minutes at times straying from his notes but never his message. saying how i wish a poor church for the poor. >> this man is saying, tour the poor and works of peace and mentioned that today, francis is a great figure of peace. i think all of that is terrific. >> reporter: the crowd laughed a
, here's the hides for today -- highs for today. 77. oakland, 67. 77 in concord. santa cruz, 72. another shot over the bay. san francisco, 68. the embarcadero, seeing a lot of activity this hour. santa rosa, 9. we had 70 in fairfield. ayre werd, 60, and loss georgia -- los gatos, 69. we'll continue to see high clouds overnight. look for a voigtly cooler day tomorrow. slightly. maybe a degree or two. we still have plenty of sunshine and then get ready for big changes. rain returns tuesday night and wednesday. you can see some of the high clouds that continue to venture across the bay area. now, they'll increase over the evening so overnight, 40s across the bay, the high clouds inlating us. 41, santa rosa, and livermore valley, temperatures in the mid-to-low 40s by tomorrow morning. here is the setup. and actually this high has been with us for at least the past five to seven days. not a lot of change tomorrow. it will continue to push on towards the expees will keep the storm clouds to the west, for at least two more days. so expect some sunshine tomorrow. filtered high clouds. temperatur
atms at at least five banks, shattered a large window pain at the former home of the oakland tribune. no word on any arrests. >>> next at 6:00, president obama is returning to the bay area for the first time since winning re-election. we'll let you know when and where and why, coming up. >>> the pope faces the media for the first time since being elected pope. he explains why he chose the name francis. >>> a first for san francisco. a cruise ship calling the city home. we'll hear from the passengers taking part in this inaugural trip. >>> the white house announced the president is planning to visit the bay area april 3rd and 4th. it's his first visit since re-election. this time, the fund-raiser is held in san francisco with house majority leader, nancy pelosi. they are holding a brunch fund-raiser at two private homes. the lunch is at john goldman's home. the more intimate one is at a venture capitalists home in the valley. >>> it may be too early to talk about the 2016 race. in washington, d.c., they wrapped things up with a 2016 presidential straw poll. the winner is kentucky sena
. the highs today, santa rosa was 77 and 67 in oakland. concord, 73. 73 in livermore and santa cruz, down to 72 degrees. nice look at bay bridge and current temperatures, generally in the 50s. san francisco 53. san carlos, 57 degrees and 54 with a few high clouds right now in half moon bay. another look from our high definition rooftop cam looking at another view. santa rosa is 60 and livermore at 64 and 66 in los gatos. highlights for you as we head into the middle part of next week, a few clouds overnight tonight. slightly cooler for temperatures for us for sunday afternoon. it's still going to be delightful and plenty of sunshine and get ready for rain returning to the bay area tuesday and wednesday. lows tonight with the high clouds generally in the mid to upper 40s across much of the bay area. here is the setup as we head into at least the next couple of days. high pressure has been dominating bringing us those nice temperatures in the 70s while it will continue to move a little bit more towards the east tomorrow. we'll see some of the high clouds venture in. we'll go with sunshine,
news right now in oakland where a police s.w.a.t. team is involved in a standoff with a shooting suspect who is hold up inside a home. the shooting early this morning left one man dead, another wounded. the suspect is believed to be inside a home on 25th avenue. the shooting occurred just before 1:30 this morning. the victims were able to drive themselves to a hospital, but one of them died. the other is said to be in serious condition. >>> california is moving to expend medical coverage under president obama's healthcare reform, but apparently there's a dilemma. not enough doctors to treat the newly insured patients. here's capital correspondent nannette miranda in sacramento to explain. >> if insurance is extended to millions often the afford angle care act next year, the state won't have enough doctors to treat the influx of patients. this man, also an open tom again open tom terrorist. points to a map that highlights in dollars where the shortage is most severe. only 16 of the 58 counties can meet the federal recommended supply of primary physicians. >> if we are going to man
rosa down through southern marin county. 50s. we talk about that downtown. 48 oakland with 50 at the can carlos airport. 47 san jose as well as half moon bay. here's a look at the 24 hour temperature change. the blue-green shading indicator of the cooler start in oakland. livermore, san jose, mountain view warmer newspaper the north bay. so overall today very much like yesterday. that breeze kicked up out of the northwest in the afternoon. today, though, we are absent of fog. we are starting out clear. as a result the warming gets underway wicker. sunny and breezy. rain will arrive by tuesday late. looks like the tuesday evening commute will be dry. high pressure sitting offshore once again, allowing for the pattern to remain very much the same. so we are looking at the sunshine. maybe a few high clouds, but overall really nice looking day. temperatures anywhere from five to ten degrees above the average. 66 in yosemite. the falls keep going there with the snowmelt. 77 fresno, upper 70s monterey, low 60s san diego. taking you back home low 60s this afternoon. san francisco, up
, and over here oakland california. and you're aware of the violent nature in that city. >> of course, yeah. >> what i'm concerned with is you have do gooders and they're painting out something that the nortenas have painted and want to stay up there and they don't really observe nighttime hours versus daytime hours. so, how do we protect the possibility of some violence being put upon these people that are doing the good work? >> so, you're thinking more like the retaliation from taggers of the people that are abating the tagging. >> you just have to educate them. try to make them aware of what's gang graffiti and what's tagger graffiti. either way it's going to be dangerous. there is a lot of violence in the taggers. they get into fist fights. i've arrested tagers with knives and brass knuckles. i've heard stories of guns being taken off tagers. it is a violent culture or has aspects of violent culture in it. you need to educate people on that. when you're going -- when you're painting over someone's graffiti, that could be seen as the ultimate disrespect. and you could be exposing yourse
, you'll warm to 73. napa, 72. oakland, 68 tomorrow. as well as castro valley and interior east bay, in the mid-to-low 70s, me a -- may come down a few degrees. >> here's a look ahead. irish will be smiling on us, sunshine and breezy near the coast. temperatures in the 70s inland. 60s elsewhere. then the clouds thicken up. monday, look for the rain. it moves in by tuesday afternoon. wayne, cooler and then warm back up next weekend. >> carolyn: spring about to spring. >> leigh: on wednesday. >> carolyn: look out for road closures along the thaty -- nasty him in -- him nimitz free. there will be a detour. the closures are for construction of a bridge that will reach barret and the oakland airport. >> who is worse, the warriors or the sharks? >> mike: that's a good question. both are going to play themselves out of the postseason if they're not care. the sharks bow down to the kings. an ugly night in l.a. for the me >> mike: sharks hosted by the kings. they beat l.a. thursday in san jose but the men that teal tied with l.a. and minnesota for the playoff spot, and need to get busy. cele
, you'll warm to 73. napa, 72. oakland, 68 tomorrow. as well as castro valley and interi, in bay, in the mid-to-low 70s, me a -- may come down a few degrees. >> here's a look ahead. irish will be smiling on us, sunshine and breezy near the coast. temperatures in the 70s inland. 60s elsewhere. then the clouds thicken up. monday, look for the rain. it moves in by tuesday afternoon. wayne, cooler and then warm back up next weekend. >> carolyn: spring about to spring. >> leigh: on wednesday. >> carolyn: look out for road closures along the thaty -- nasty him in -- him nimitz free. there will be a detour. the closures are for construction of a bridge that will reach barret and the oakland airport. >> who is worse, the warriors or the sharks? >> mike: that's a good>> mike: . both are going to play themselves out of the postseason if they're not care. the sharks bow down to the kings. an ugly night in l.a. for the me in times of joy, in moments of grief, we are there. when the world looks for truth, broadcasters come through -- even when all else fails. today, with more ways than ever t
oakland students up to students that never would have had access and it will level the playing field, people of color and economic disadvantage have access to so eventually i think it's going to be a pillar of higher education that people will use because it's more flexible and less expensive and reaches more people. >> let me break in. we eel take a quick commercial break and be back with more from sebastian thrun of udacity in just a second. . >>> welcome back to press. ier. i'm scott mcgrew. we're talking with sebastian thrun of udacity and google. the taxi drivers responded to google negatively and college professors are feeling same similar threatened by online courses. i could teach as college professors 100 or 200 kids. can you take it over and teach tens of thousands of them. that's bad for me. >> not necessarily. good if you reach 10,000 students. >> if i'm guy, yeah, but if i'm not guy. you see where i'm going with that though? >> yeah. we've talked a lot to the union of the system and they posted a very nice statement about us on the home page because we're not pitching ou
right now are on spring training. they are starting to split the squad to double up again. the oakland ace mexicans unix tonight. they allowed 33 hits and 26 runs in a game that nobody won. it sounds like spring in baseball. it jumped up to three-zero lead. josh ties it with one swing of his mighty bat. his third homer of the spring. jarrett weaver a loud eight earned runs in two innings. they go yard. and then still on the second they have a deep thought. the first home run of the spring. each team scored big numbers late in the game. the spanish. they lost 11-five. but cincinnati went seven-six. it's just about to begin. the dominican republic heads into the world
after they watched their nephew play in super bowl 47. the oakland athletic league is inducting its first hall of fame class. the event is honoring the cities homegrown high school stars that went on to become national icons in their respective sports. notable names on the list include rickey henderson. joe morgan. frank robinson and bill russell. the honorees are selected by a committee of local athletes. coaches. and other community members.
and the entire bay area. the next call were to mayor matthews, mayor read, we also have officials from oakland. this is going to take a unified approach. we are up against a very tough competitors and south florida. miami has hosted. they know how to do it, but we are excited to show off our region, the innovation and also the compassion that we have here in this community. my job, my day job is running tipping points from the community and focusing on fighting poverty in the region and every community project that we have approached, are excited that we are not only talking about one game, but we are talking about bringing all the people together and shining a light on our entire region and helping our whole community embrace them. i want to thank jed, mayor matthew and lee forgiving me this opportunity to present this. on may 21st we present to the owners in boston and that will be the big day. so this is a great testament to the regions unified vision and i will turn it over to jed. thank you. [ applause ] >> it's a pleasure to the working with so many great people to bring the biggest spor
are doing this. lausd is doing this, oakland unified is doing this. so there's a lot of models we can look to, but we need to make sure that we model ours on theirs because you don't wanna have two very large, but completely unaligned local hire programs. so i'm glad we put that amendment in there, but again, we're looking at this very closely in terms of not just whether it's legal, which obviously it's a starting point, but anything that needs to be done needs to be done in partnership with our labor partners and our community partners so we're looking forward to again the rest of process which, as i said, is just beginning. >> i believe council has a suggestion on commissioner mendoza's request. >> i would just create another bullet and it would include the following language. include a robust an comprehensive internship program slash pathway for district students within the project labor agreement. i'll read it one more time. include a robust and comprehensive internship program slash pathway for district students within the project labor agreement. >> thank you council. >> were yo
, is that oakland, that accent? [laughter] >> i guess from my perspective, it never hurts to ask. we have a huge variety of sponsors. for example rona who is like a lowe's or home depot who is supplying or providing paint. they are a sponsor of my program. so, they provide me a 45% discount on paint as well as they give me a 25% discount coupon that we give to everybody. they supply the materials for my wipe outs, they supply the paint for my wipe out. cis -- not cis, seco paint has been providing paint the last number of years for wipe out. i know it's discouraging, but i think what i've found in terms of getting corporate sponsorship is starting at your local store and working it that way, trying to get them on board. and once you get them on board on small little events, then piece them off to get the bigger ones. so, for example, glad bag sponsors our 15 to clean program. they provide all the bags and all the gloves for our whole spring campaign. and it's possible. so does safeway. safeway sponsors one of our litter programs where they -- we pay nonprofit groups to go in the community, pick
and a look at the numbers before the afternoon coming up. >>> developing news out of oakland. they think is suspect is hiding. >> this is new video that just came into the newsroom 15 minutes ago. they pulled up to lie land hospital. one of them had been shot in the next and that person died. we will keep you updated throughout the newscast. >>> a race car crash killed two spectators and the driver is a sonoma county teenager. >> we are live outside petaluma high school where the teen goes to school. alex. >> we lost alex's shot right there. there he is. >> reporter: the 17-year-old driver involved in the crash is a senior here. and despite his young age, he has quite a bit of race experience. according to his websites. chase johnson is racing since he is five years old. colleagues say he knows what he is doing out there. something went wrong when he was doing practice laps at the marysville raceway. his car lost control and two people were killed and track announcer said one was johnson's 14-year-old cousin and another 68-year-old man who owned se
'm going to ask you to stand up first and then you add to it, okay. >> okay. in oakland we're getting sidewalk stuff. and word on the street, we don't cover it up. so, exactly what you're saying. the word on the street -- and part of it is you're driving -- i don't notice as i'm accuweathering. moev of us are cruisers. we get what we see. that's an issue coming up. these people are networking. they spread the word. sidewalks are cool game, trees are cool, they don't touch that. you're exactly right. i experience in my own life. we're going to have to open people, we're going to have to focus on sidewalks unfortunately. >> if i can just add, we're a network, too. this is a network. your city is a network. the city is networking with the police, with the business units, with the volunteers, with the seniors groups, with youth groups, whoever is walking those streets, cleaning those streets, going down there to enforce by law and properties, they all need to be paying attention to these things and it can be as quick as a saying. recently we've noticed x is happening. we're asking you to
and temperatures today a little bit cooler than yesterday and still managing 70s inland and mostly 60s from oakland to san francisco and tomorrow we'll see more clouds and still on schedule to see rain from tuesday and early wednesday and a cooldown from the middle part of the week and things will wrap up and clear out heading into next weekend. . >> i have a theory about the whole raccoon and koala thing. she said, sorry, i didn't get that. >> i figured she didn't really answer. >> just throwing it out there. >>> some good samaritans come to the rescue after the girl scouts get scammed. we'll tell you more about that after this. [ male announcer ] if you stash tissues like a squirrel stashes nuts, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® liquid gels. nothing starts working faster than zyrtec® at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24 hours. zyrtec®. love the air. at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24 hours. and every flush after thath - with pull-ups training pants. press the button! our pull-ups big kid app is the new way to make potty training all kinds of fun! don't miss out do
. she lives in oakland, california. she has a simple message for our committee. she says, "please help hungry children. it is the true measure of our nation of how we treat our war, seniors, and especially children like this little girl. she gets it. if there is one hungry child in america, this committee, this budget has failed to do its job. his budget will not only help hungry people, but that more people at risk of being hungry. it'll put seniors at risk. this is not who we are. >> thank you. now to talk about how this budget protects special interests at the expense of the middle class, i will recognize senator blumenthal for five minutes. >> thank you. this should be a discussion we are focusing on areas of agreement and progress. healthcare reform not only -- i'm pleased that the chairman has agreed that we will have a hearing later in the year dealing with the infrastructure deficit that this country faces. as i go through the material, i see not one word that references infrastructure and its opportunities. we are seeing a relentless assault on the middle class. if enacted, it
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